The ONLY candidate with a plan to ACTUALLY reduce the debt is RON PAUL!!
http://www.washingtonpost.com/business/ … =dailypaul
Funny how there was a total media blackout of the "Veterans for Ron Paul March" that took place Presidents Day. Over a thousand active duty and Veteran soldiers from all braches of the military showed up. Yet, not one of the 5 major networks covered it. They are scared to death of Ron Paul and that right there should be a clue.
Is he still in the race? Seriously though, while I know you love this guy, do you feel he has a chance for the nomination - can you give a truly objective answer on this? as an outside observer who cannot vote (green card holder)he seems to have been marginalized and it will take some major slip up by the other guys for him to have a chance.
This vaguely reminds me of the "Crush on Obama" video... but with Ron Paul.
The biggest problem for Ron Paul, is that so many voters look at the candidates in a superficial manner instead of what is in their heart and mind. He looks like a old man and many times people will not see beyond that.
That's because he speaks truth to power. On one level.
But...if these young women knew this:
"Personhood bills effectively outlaw abortion, and, depending on the language, make illegal certain types of birth control and even in vitro fertilization."
He'd be toast.
Wow, this guy's an idiot. ... Oh! Look at that! He's a socialist!
The mistakes he made are easy to point out.
1) he thinks people only like Paul because he talks about legalizing drugs.
2) he claims that people who like smoking weed don't listen to any of his points beyond "legalizing drugs".
3) O'Donnel assumes that fetuses aren't people, and thus thinks that murdering them is simply a matter of "choice"
4) OD thinks that Ron Paul is against all abortions ever
5) OD thinks that murdering people is a right of choice.
6) OD regularly uses the words "Libertarianism" and "libertarianism" interchangeably.
7) OD apparently thinks that "talking about birth control" = hating sex.
... i don't know what the hell he's talking about.
8) OD apparently thinks that, because Ron Paul doesn't like people having careless sex he would try to legislate against it
9) OD apparently has never heard a debate before. He thinks that "framing an opinion about an issue using the language that was just used" is evil.
Ron Paul using the term "immorality" in that situation is clearly him talking to a group of people who think that having sex is immoral. He was making a point about cause and effect and using the language in the debate at the time.
Lawrence O'Donnell: openly admits he wants to crush Ron Paul.
Lawrence O'Donnell: fails.
Actually many young women realise that the sensible solution is to let the states decide. And I think they realise that that's the compromise they have to take if they want to save millions of lives by bringing the troops home.
We have bigger things to worry about than a bit of debt. There is no good reason to take apart our governement, and no, no matter who is elected, the country will not fall apart. As far as Ron Paul is concerned, he is the most destructive choice for president. Thank the founders that we have a congress to stop Paul if he was elected.
Oh is that all? Just the debt? You do know that the debt is going to bankrupt every family in the United States right? The dollar is toast if we let this continue, and if that means dismantling your precious government, I'm willing to make that sacrifice!
Blowhard's take on it:
http://crooksandliars.com/john-amato/ru … tion-issue
Birth-control moms? You better belive it!
While you all are worrying about a potential life--I'm worried about my baby...the one that's already here.
by SparklingJewel 7 years ago
this guy is giving a perspective that needs to be heard Specifically, on all the metrics that a year ago everyone accepted as useful indicators of political standing, Ron Paul is not just a front-runner but a strong one.First, and most directly, he does extremely well in polls. The organization of...
by Moderndayslave 6 years ago
Cris Wallace of faux news stating ,If Ron Paul wins Iowa caucus " It doesn't count" What? If it doesn't count, why do they have them at all? Can anyone explain this?http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OeF4sDjE … e=youtu.be
by kirstenblog 6 years ago
I just stumbled on this story and am really impressed. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/11/2 … 09102.htmlThe story is about Ron Paul's stance that the fed should take a hands off approach to medical marijuana, that it should be down to the states. My only worry is that Obama campaigned...
by Susan Reid 6 years ago
I just had to share this WTF? Ron Paul supporter moment. I was in a store called Sacred Space in Durango, CO the other afternoon.The proprietress is a seer/healer. Does readings. Sells crystals and tinctures/herbs and other assorted spiritual sundries.The decor is sort of neo-fairy, if you get my...
by mio cid 6 years ago
Is Ron Paul giving birth to a movement that can develop into a full fledged political party?Maybe attracting real independents not the pseudo independents that are really just to the left of the democratic party or to the right of the republican party?
by Ralph Deeds 6 years ago
Aside from his unrealistic views on the role of the government, on the economy and the courts, the revelations of the despicable racist, anti-Semitic, homophobic views expressed in Paul's name in his newsletter should be enough to disqualify him from high public office. Even if he should win in...
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